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All's Well - A New Life in Germany, Part 2
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DEUTSCHE WELLE SOBOTA 16.12.
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A Quest for Water - Berbers in the Atlas Mountains
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Cuba - Nostalgia and Change
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Measuring Emotion
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Majuli - The Sinking Island
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How Dangerous Is Deutsche Bank?
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This DW program is dedicated to the rich diversity of classical music. Presenter Sarah Willis gets up close and personal with the stars of the classical music scene.
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A Quest for Water - Berbers in the Atlas Mountains
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After the Escape - Finding a Home in a Foreign Land
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A Quest for Water - Berbers in the Atlas Mountains
Water is scarce in the remote valleys of the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. Berbers are the only people who live in this harsh environment. They turn the dry, rocky valleys into lush green gardens using ancient irrigation methods. But climate change is now threatening their very existence. In the tiny village of Tizi Anoucheg high in the Atlas Mountains, Rachid has been trying to find a solution to the severe water shortage caused by global warming. He managed to scrape together enough money to lay an ingenious conduit system to carry water from a spring into his village and even build a fountain there. Now he is planning to help other villages in the valley. A group of French engineers are going to help him by testing soil conditions and showing him water treatment techniques. Together, they head into the Atlas Mountains to investigate the region's water cycle and pinpoint local pollution sources. During their foray, they discover large canyons and new sources of water.
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International and German musical stars - up close and unfiltered. "Night Grooves" is DW's new music and talk show.
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DEUTSCHE WELLE SOBOTA 16.12.
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Measuring Emotion
Algorithms and robots aim to make human emotions predictable. The technology is already an integral part of most people's lives and has made them transparent. Where they are, where they go, what they buy: the Internet knows it all, including its users' sexual preferences, relationships and political opinions. But does it also recognize human feelings? Scientists around the world are working on technology that can measure facial expressions, speech and gestures. They are creating avatars that are able to react sensitively to real people and interpret their feelings. This documentary takes viewers to Los Angeles, Boston and Berlin to show what scientists envision for the future and what is already technically possible. Virtual therapists already assist psychologists in diagnosing depression and trauma. "Empathetic" robots serve as teachers' aides. Data goggles transmit the wearer's feelings in real time. This constant self-monitoring is designed to enhance personal happiness. But what are these new and fascinating possibilities really doing with their users? How do people decipher emotions and how do machines do it? Guided feelings or intuition - which is more trustworthy? In this documentary, science journalist Ulrich Schnabel takes a closer look at the digital world's emotional landscape. He shows how algorithms can influence a person's mood and love life, and what makes feelings such a hot commodity.
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DEUTSCHE WELLE NEDĚLE 17.12.
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After the Escape - Finding a Home in a Foreign Land
Judith Kerr, Aeham Ahmad, Saša Staniši?, Nneka Egbuna and Antonio Skármeta come from four different continents and have one thing in common: They all fled war, hardship or persecution and started over in a new and unfamiliar place. Culture became their key to integration. Books, film and music helped pave the way. Isn't it wonderful to be a refugee? ten-year-old Judith Kerr shouted across the rooftops of Paris in 1934. She and her family had fled Nazi Germany one year earlier. Escape was a great adventure for her and her parents didn't let her sense their own fear. Today, the world-famous 94-year-old writer ("When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit") lives in London and says: "For me, England was my home at the end of the war. But it wasn't for my parents. They never belonged anywhere." It's a story typical of many refugee families. The stories of the other protagonists show how integration can succeed and how it can fail. Syrian pianist Aeham Ahmad, German-Bosnian writer Saša Staniši?, Nigerian-German musician Nneka Egbuna and Chilean author and director Antonio Skármeta all came to Germany, which has been a refuge for many persecuted artists and artists since the end of the Second World War. The documentary lets them tell their stories - and shows how immigrants have enriched art, culture and society in Germany.
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Old Rauma - Town of Wood by the Sea, Finland
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A Quest for Water - Berbers in the Atlas Mountains
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Air and Ténéré - A Wilderness of Sand and Rock, Niger
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Majuli - The Sinking Island
Every year the waters of the Brahmaputra wear down more of the shorelines enveloping Majuli, the largest river island on the planet. If recent developments continue, in the next 15 years it will be fully submerged together with the fields, homes and culture of 200,000 people. Jadav Payeng has been fighting a solitary battle against the erosion of Majuli. He is known as the "forest man." Poverty and climate change have combined to form a vicious circle on Majuli. Decades of deforestation have made the island's soil vulnerable to erosion. At the same time, melting glaciers in the Himalayas in the course of climate change have swollen the Brahmaputra river considerably - which in addition saw its course drastically changed by an earthquake in the 1950s. As a result, in recent years the river has been removing a growing amount of soil from the edges of the island. Jadav Payeng has been planting trees with his own hands here for almost four decades. The resulting forests on his island now cover some five square kilometers - an area bigger than New York's Central Park. While others initially mocked him and belittled his undertaking, today it is clear that his oasis is protecting Majuli. The trees are so deeply rooted that the river can no longer erode the earth. The "forest man" is now hailed as a hero whose efforts are also appreciated by the desperate local authorities - not least because planting trees costs far less money than the prospect of having to repeatedly resettle 200,000 islanders.
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All's Well - A New Life in Germany, Part 1
DEUTSCHE WELLE NEDĚLE 17.12.
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Majuli - The Sinking Island
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Measuring Emotion
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Old Rauma - Town of Wood by the Sea, Finland
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Invisible Hands - Slavery in the 21st Century
DEUTSCHE WELLE PONDĚLÍ 18.12.
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The 10-part TV Series follows Founders' Valley Fridtjof Detzner - an award-winning founder of a successful German startup - on a journey throughout Asia. Looking for visionary ideas he meets with founders and startups that work on innovative and inspiring solutions.
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After the Escape - Finding a Home in a Foreign Land
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Cuba - Nostalgia and Change